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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do you allow CPVC pipe to cure before introducing fluids and or pressure?
You can use the online charts to calculate the cure time for your specific application. Please review the documents below and read our blog for more helpful information. Solvent Cement Cure Charts Solvent Cement Instructions If you need further help with cure times, please contact our technical department.
What is chamfering the pipe?
Chamfering is the act of beveling the outside end of the pipe, which you will be inserting into the fitting. This keeps the cement from being pushed out of the fitting and causing a weak bond in the joint.
Should I let primer dry before applying the cement?
The primer should still be wet when applying the cement. This means that the chemicals within the primer are still evaporating, but the appearance will look dry. The proper time frame to apply cement and finish the joint assembly is within five (5) minutes after the primer is applied.